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The Islamic State's Amaq news agency said in a statement the group took responsibility for the attack on "crusaders", claiming 31 were killed, and another 24 were wounded. Francis led thousands of people in prayer Sunday for the victims, who Francis said were killed in "another act of ferocious violence" after having refused to renounce their Christian faith.
  • Stephen Hawking reveals why he's backing Labour at the general election

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    The Ukip leader appeared to admit that his party has little chance of success on Thursday as he pledged partial support for Theresa May . The bomber, Salman Abedi, was a radical Islamic terrorist . May's campaigning style was criticized as stiff and lackluster, and some Conservative policy proposals got a hostile reception, including a plan to make pensioners pay for more of their care.
  • Australia's economy ties world record for longest expansion despite soft Q1

    Australia's economy ties world record for longest expansion despite soft Q1

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    It has now been almost 26 years - or 103 quarters - since Australia had a technical recession, defined as two consecutive quarters of negative growth. That was in line with expectations following the 1.1 percent expansion in the previous three months. Commonwealth Bank economist Gareth Aird said there was continuing risk of weak wages growth, below target core inflation and an expected continued downturn in commodity prices.
  • From dictator to detainee: Noriega's turbulent past

    From dictator to detainee: Noriega's turbulent past

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    The first foreign head of state to be convicted in a US court, Noriega spent the rest of his life in custody between the United States , France and Panama for crimes ranging from murder to racketeering and drug running. While he ensured the defense of the Panama Canal , he also forged alliances with drug lords, and facilitated trafficking of drugs into the USA, drawing the anger of the US government.
  • 'I was frozen': Cosby accuser says she was drugged, groped

    'I was frozen': Cosby accuser says she was drugged, groped

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    They said Cosby testified in the lawsuit only after being promised he could never be charged. "He said, 'Put them down [your throat]". "I began slurring my words...." "I wasn't able to fight it in any way", she told the court . "I had a secret about the biggest celebrity in the world at that time, and it was just me". She was crying. She was telling me, 'Mommy something's going on.
  • Police identify two men behind London terrorist attacks

    Police identify two men behind London terrorist attacks

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    Trump Jr. went on to say that the United Kingdom doesn't do enough to prevent terrorism. "Working with the police, security services, the Government; that's why I've not responded to the tweets from Donald Trump ". " Diane Abbott's views on keeping us safe are as risky as she is hopeless under pressure", a spokesman said, saying she had "voted against every piece of security legislation created to keep us safe".
  • Marshawn Lynch: Raiders' move made me want to play in Oakland

    Marshawn Lynch: Raiders' move made me want to play in Oakland

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    Marshawn Lynch kept it real at his first press conference as a member of the Raiders . Oakland was electric after he agreed to a new contract and the Raiders acquired him from Seattle. It can be dedicated to a city's last stand, marked by the return of one of the most physical running backs to ever play the game. "So, beside the billboards and all of that, I really just get out with the people".
  • Special Olympics Torch Run Slated for Friday, June 9

    Special Olympics Torch Run Slated for Friday, June 9

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    Law enforcement officers throughout the United States and in more than 40 countries support Special Olympics. Police said that the Special Olympics Torch Run raises public awareness about the Special Olympics program and also provides a way for local law enforcement agencies to raise funds to support the Special Olympics of CT program.
  • Donald Trump is still going after the mayor of London

    Donald Trump is still going after the mayor of London

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    Do you ever have any question about anything you wish to ask and get answer? "And there are many things about which Donald Trump is wrong". Here's what Khan had said in a television interview on the BBC Sunday evening: "Londoners will see an increased police presence today and over the course of the next few days".